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Martin Schubert is a VR Designer, Developer and Evangelist at Leap Motion. With a background in architecture and spatial studies, Martin designs and develops Leap Motion enabled VR experiences such as Weightless and Geometric which let users reach out and interact with virtual worlds using their bare hands. Read on to get Martin’s thoughts on the future of Mobile VR.
If you’re looking to create great mobile experiences, optimization isn’t optional: it’s a crucial step that helps transform good ideas into great execution. In our previous “Start Cooking with Heterogeneous Computing Tools on QDN” blog, we discussed the concept of heterogeneous computing and how it can help you get more from mobile hardware by sending computational tasks to the best suited processor.
The convergence of hardware and software has reached a tipping point, where the two are no longer mutually exclusive. We’re starting to see a mirrored dependency growing where hardware and software systems are working more closely together than ever, blurring the line between them so that the capabilities of one are linked to the capabilities the other. As developers, it’s important to stay ahead of these trends to ensure our skills are up-to-date with emerging technologies – or else we risk falling behind.
How can Bluetooth® help keep your home secure? We find out with Qualcomm® Developer Network’s Developer of the Month Martin Forest, who uses CSRmesh™ connectivity to power BeON Home smart security lighting. Many smart lights focus on color, but BeON lights have home security firmly in mind.
We caught up with Martin to talk about how IoT is shaping home security and the crucial role connectivity has in that evolution.
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